Senn’s research in the Hoskins Lab explored the form and function of a previously unknown component of the spliceosome.
Hoskins will work in collaboration with a Stanford professor using new technology to catalog the biochemical function of thousands of mutations.
Omollo’s research in the Landick Lab examined processes essential to transcriptional regulation.
New research from the Engin Lab may point to a potential new treatment that could be administered very early in the development of diabetes.
Kim Huggler, who believes science is about creativity, reveals biological processes using an innovative cell culture media.
Ahn’s research in the Coyle Lab examined breast cancer on the cellular level to explore how some cancers progress more aggressively than others.
Professor Scott Coyle will use an NIH grant to tune into cellular signaling and explore relationships among cells.
Decoding properties hidden within a protein’s 3D structure can be tricky. Scientists in the Sussman Lab identified a molecule that could unlock secrets held within proteins’ folds.
Monica Neugebauer, who joins the faculty in September 2023, will focus on the discovery and evolution of enzymes to unlock their catalytic capabilities for use in biochemical reactions.
Diversity is the key to survival for beneficial bacteria living in your gut. Now, scientists have new tools to explore this diversity.